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Rating: 4.7

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Bella C.
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Rating: 4

All but one

posted 5 years ago

One kitty has a hard time eating these. But the rest love them!

Pros: Yummy for kitties

Cons: Big hard to chew

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Rating: 4

Play catch

posted 5 years ago

We use both moist and dry treats. I use the moist ones, like pounce, to throw for them to chase before eating. We prefer these since they seem to have more scent for them to chase down. A treat and exercise at the same time

Pros: More scent

Cons: none

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